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Eternal Night

January 31, 2010
By CosmicLove GOLD, Lincoln, Illinois
CosmicLove GOLD, Lincoln, Illinois
12 articles 5 photos 26 comments

Surise.
The jagged rays of light break through my black curtains.
I stay curled in bed, afraid.
I try to stop them
I try to block them.
I'm afraid of the light
The brightness
I pretend I'm not, I pretend it doesn't scare me
But inside
I'm terrified.
I can't escape, it's everywhere.
It's haunting me.
Moonlight.
Darkness coats the world.
It hides the tears pricking at my eyes.
They burn. They long to be free.
But no.
No.
I can't let them. I wont.
They're my weakness. My shame.
They prove that I'm afraid
The darkness feels good here.
Twilight.
Another day is about to begin
Another nightmare
It scares me. I don't want to face it.
Why?
Look out my window.
You'll see why.
Eternal Night.
I'm safe now. I no longer am afraid.
I escaped.
I never again will have to deal
with the madness of reality.
Its all a distant dream now.


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on Feb. 26 2012 at 6:01 pm
StrangeJade PLATINUM, Relative Obscurity, California
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Favorite Quote:
"Life is so beautiful that death has fallen in love with it." - Life of Pi

Very nice. I like the beginning especially, and I like that you didn't make it rhyme. Too many good poems on this site are ruined by forced rhyming. :P Oh, and you win a virtual high-five for being a Florence + the Machine fan. :D

on Feb. 18 2012 at 12:09 pm
CosmicLove GOLD, Lincoln, Illinois
12 articles 5 photos 26 comments
Thank you! I suppose they're all sort of related in a way, depending on my mood sometimes I can write out several poems at one time

Anabela SILVER said...
on Feb. 11 2012 at 9:21 am
Anabela SILVER, Forest Lake, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
Be careful the words you speak,
make them soft and sweet;
You never know from day to day,
which ones you'll have to eat;

Great poem.... Does it relate to one of your other peoms? I really like to read your work, it touches me. thanks again